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HIIT Workout for Fat Loss - FitnessBlender.com's At Home HIIT Workout Program for Weight Loss

HIIT Workout for Fat Loss - FitnessBlender.com's At Home HIIT Workout Program for Weight Loss
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Fit In 10: Stronger, Firmer-Faster! [block:bean=mkt-book-flexblock-fitin10-conte] 1. Lunge with a Press ( Photograph by Scott Gordon Bleicher ) Stand with feet staggered, left in front of right, holding 1 dumbbell in right hand at shoulder height. 2. Sit on edge of chair with hands grasping seat. MORE: 8 Things That Happen When You Finally Stop Drinking Diet Soda 3. Lie on back with knees bent and heels on chair seat. Click here for the full Fit In 10: Total-Body Transformation DVD set that helped our testers lose up to 21 pounds! 4. Lie on back with hands behind head, knees bent and over hips. Fat-Burning Workout Finisher Welcome back, {* welcomeName *}! {* loginWidget *} Welcome back! {* #signInForm *} {* signInEmailAddress *} {* currentPassword *} {* /signInForm *} Your account has been deactivated. Please confirm the information below before signing in. {* #socialRegistrationForm *} {* emailAddress *} {* displayName *} By clicking "Sign in", you confirm that you accept our terms of service and have read and understand privacy policy. {* /socialRegistrationForm *} Please confirm the information below before signing in. {* #registrationForm *} {* emailAddress *} {* displayName *} {* newPassword *} {* newPasswordConfirm *} By clicking "Create Account", you confirm that you accept our terms of service and have read and understand privacy policy. {* /registrationForm *} We have sent a confirmation email to {* emailAddressData *}. We'll send you a link to create a new password. {* #forgotPasswordForm *} {* signInEmailAddress *} {* /forgotPasswordForm *} We've sent an email with instructions to create a new password.

Exercises That Burn More Calories Than Running We’re huge fans of running. It allows you to get a stress-reducing, endurance-boosting workout with just a pair of shoes and an open road. It also burns calories, of course. That’s a solid number, and if you run faster, you can burn even more. But if running isn’t your favorite cardio activity, there are plenty of other modes of exercise that can help you torch calories at a lightning fast rate. Related: 3 Exercises You Should Do Every Day “In general, you burn more calories by doing high-intensity weight training than you do running,” says Harold Gibbons, a trainer at Mark Fisher Fitness in New York City, and the New York State Director of the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Most people don’t realize this, though. That works well for low- to medium-intensity exercise, but not so well for higher-intensity activities that rely on anaerobic metabolism. But resistance training isn’t your only option.

Kettlebell Exercises For Weight Loss Kettlebell fans love the heavy, round-shaped weights for a reason — kettlebell exercises combine cardio and strength training for a time-saving calorie burn. The amount of calories you can burn using kettlebells can be amazingly high: a study by the American Council on Exercise found that the average person burns 400 calories in 20 minutes when doing kettlebell exercises. More research has found that regularly exercising with kettlebells significantly reduces back, neck, and shoulder pain by strengthening core and upper body muscles. Does all that convince you to add more kettlebell to your life? Read on for tips on choosing the right kettlebell and a few calorie-torching exercises to try.

The Most Popular Workout of 2015 This year it was all about making workouts easier (sort of). A survey by the American College of Sports Medicine predicted that bodyweight training would be 2015's hottest workout — and after looking back at the year, we could not agree more. Why not put away your Spin shoes, hang up your barre tights, and try the trend that's here to stay by incorporating bodyweight exercises into your routine? And given how back-to-basics it is, you can do it anytime and anywhere. So why should you start adding bodyweight training to your routine? And, not only are these workouts simple to do, but they're also superefficient. For more bodyweight workout inspiration, check out these workouts and exercises. Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women.

Cardio Workout For Home No Equipment Necessary You can get your heart rate up in the comfort of your own home. Skip the gym and the cardio machines for this short, fun, and challenging cardio workout. We think you'll love it! And your arms and legs will feel worked, too. The Warmup The Workout Need help with the five minutes of ab work? This workout is definitely not low impact, and if you have downstairs neighbors it could seriously bother them. Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women.

HIIT Workout For All Levels Don't think cheerleading is a sport? This workout will change your mind. Developed by Sean Bartram, the official trainer for the Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders, it features essential HIIT (high-intensity interval training) moves that will burn fat and sculpt muscles fast — in fact, studies have shown that HIIT workouts can burn over 13 calories per minute! Even better news? Kettlebell Exercises For Weight Loss Kettlebell fans love the heavy, round-shaped weights for a reason — kettlebell exercises combine cardio and strength training for a time-saving calorie burn. The amount of calories you can burn using kettlebells can be amazingly high: a study by the American Council on Exercise found that the average person burns 400 calories in 20 minutes when doing kettlebell exercises. More research has found that regularly exercising with kettlebells significantly reduces back, neck, and shoulder pain by strengthening core and upper body muscles. Does all that convince you to add more kettlebell to your life? Read on for tips on choosing the right kettlebell and a few calorie-torching exercises to try. And do check out this kettlebell tutorial and workout to learn the basics.

Short Exercises to Burn 200 Calories If you find it hard to lose weight with your busy schedule, the news keeps getting better. First, just 20 minutes of exercise was proven to help increase your metabolism. Now, a study has found that working out intensely for just 2.5 minutes can spur calorie burn throughout the day — an extra 200 calories' worth. In the latest study, five healthy men performed sprint interval training on a stationary bicycle (five 30-second intense intervals with four minutes of easy cycling in between). Although the men were sedentary the rest of the day, they ended up burning 200 more calories during the days they did the short bout of exercise than the days they didn't exercise at all. Even though this was a small study, the encouraging results are reason enough to add intense intervals into your workout routine.

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